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March 10, 2000

Top Stories - Retirement Plans

Armstrong World Industries of Lancaster Penn. Boosts Pensions to Persons Already Retirednews.excite.com[More like this]
Labor Department Publishes Application Form for Electronic Filers, Electronic Transmitters and Software DevelopersPension and Welfare Benefits Administration[More like this]
Financial Executives Institute Favors Relaxing Rules on Trading, Investment Advicenews.excite.com[More like this]
Major Employers Call On Congress To Update PBGC's Mandated Assumptions, Remove Barriers To Employee Investment EducationERISA Industry Committee[More like this]
Private Pension Reforms Coming to BritainM2 Communications[More like this]
Connecticut Attorney Charged with Insurance and Pension FraudPRNewswire[More like this]

Top Stories - Health and Welfare Plans

Health Promotion Programs Continue to Grow in Popularity Among U.S. EmployersHewitt Associates[More like this]
House Approves Tax Cut, but Clinton Promises VetoNew York Times, free registration required[More like this]
House Votes for Hike in Minimum Wage, Approves Gradual Increase in 401(k) Deferrals Limit to $14,000Washington Post[More like this]
Conference Committee Negotiators Agree To Let Consumers Use Out-Of-Plan Hospitals In EmergenciesAssociated Press[More like this]

New Recommended Links About Employee Benefits

Include Spending Levels with Income When Planning for RetirementKnight-Ridder/Tribune Business News[More like this]
Mastering the Basics: Employer-Sponsored Health Care PlansKilpatrick Stockton LLP[More like this]
2000 Defined Benefit Client Satisfaction SurveyPlanSponsor.com[More like this]
The IRS vs. The Independent ContractorBenefitsLink guest article[More like this]
Training and Pensions: Substitutes or Complements?Institute of Industrial Relations, University of California, Berkeley[More like this]
Holders of the Purse Strings: Governance and Performance of Public Retirement Systems (PDF)Pension Research Council[More like this]

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